SHANGHAI, Feb. 24 (SMM) - Shandong recently sent back 203.7 tonnes of copper concentrate worth $200,300 imported from Mexico due to excessive level of arsenic, 100ppi.com reported.
Arsenic content in these concentrates was 1.53%, 3.06-fold of limit, which is the highest of copper concentrate imports transit Shandong over recent years.
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